The Washington Post   |  March 10, 2021

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President Biden announced last week that the United States will have enough vaccines for every American adult by the end of May. Other rich nations will soon follow suit, having purchased enough doses to inoculate their populations many times over. Lower-income countries, however, have yet to find a pathway to herd immunity anytime soon. Indeed, experts say that without significant policy changes, poor countries may not be vaccinated against covid-19 until 2023 or 2024.

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